Hair bleaching


There are several types of hair bleaching:

· soft lightening (1-2 tones);

· light lightening (2-4 tones);

· classic clarification (5-6 tones);

· strong lightening (6-7 tones).

Each of the listed types of hair bleaching requires the use of a special product, otherwise unwanted problems may arise in the form of:

· uneven lightening;

· hair damage;

· skin irritation;

· unexpected result.

As a rule, for lightening hair of a weak and medium degree, dyes of the blond group are used, for a high degree of lightening, a blonde preparation is used, which makes it possible to lighten hair by 6-7 tones. However, this paint is only used to lighten the natural hair color, since it cannot discolor the artificial pigment. Previously colored hair can only be discolored with special preparations intended for colored hair. For further info, click here: soap cap

Modern dyes are less aggressive, the substances and alkalis included in their composition not only effectively dye the hair, but at the same time provide them with gentle care. As a result, both lightening and color shading occur immediately.


The prepared paint is immediately applied to the strands. The reaction with the release of oxygen in the form of foam formation should take place on the hair. When dye is applied to the hair, the following process occurs: oxygen is released from hydrogen peroxide, which oxidizes the natural pigment.

Having acquired the ability to dissolve in water, it is partially washed out of the hair, losing its color, as a result of which voids remain in it. Thanks to these voids, bleached hair becomes more airy and lighter. Apart from this, oxygen also breaks down the keratin chains of the hair.

When lightening the regrown parts of the hair, the preparation is applied carefully so as not to damage the previously colored areas of the hair. In the event that the hair does not lend itself well to lightening, Klimazon is additionally used. The extra heat will also brighten quickly, but you need to be very careful with it. After all, heat softens the hair and makes it more fragile.

If you plan to bleach your hair outdoors, you should not do too thick paint, otherwise, under the influence of air, it will quickly harden, which will entail the termination of the process of lightening the hair.

After completing the bleaching process, the hair is thoroughly washed with warm water, then washed with shampoo and rinsed with balm. At the moment of neutralization, the process of hair discoloration completely stops.

Factors affecting the result of hair bleaching:

· the amount of dye used to lighten hair;

· time of exposure to hair dye;

· ambient temperature.

It should be noted that any degree of lightening of the hair breaks its structure. To achieve the desired result and at the same time preserve the structure of colored hair as much as possible, first of all, it is necessary to accurately assess the condition of the hair, choose the right lightening agent and the time of exposure to the paint.

The exposure time of the drug to the hair largely depends on:

· hair structure;

· the degree of clarification;

· natural pigment intensity;

· ambient temperature.

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